Who paid the largest criminal fine in history?
In 2009, Pfizer agreed to pay $2.3 billion (that's right billion) to settle civil and criminal allegations that it had illegally marketed its painkiller Bextra. It was and is to this day, the largest health care fraud settlement and the largest criminal fine of any kind ever. Pfizer pleaded guilty to misbranding Bextra with the intent to defraud or mislead. Bextra is an anti-inflammatory drug that Pfizer pulled from the market in 2005. Under the provisions of the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, a company must specify the intended uses of a product in its new drug application to FDA. Once approved, the drug may not be marketed or promoted for off-label use. Pfizer promoted the sale of Bextra for several uses and dosages that the FDA specifically declined to approve due to safety concerns.
“In the Army, I was expected to protect people at all costs,” said the whistleblower, John Kopchinski, a West Point graduate and Gulf War veteran. “At Pfizer I was expected to increase profits at all costs, even when sales meant endangering lives. I couldn’t do that.”
Given Pfizer's criminal history, why would anyone inherently trust this company to provide accurate and truthful information about the safety of any of its products including the Covid-19 vaccine? That's like trusting a convicted child molester to babysit your child. When something's going to be injected into your body, you should make sure you know what's in it, especially since the company that manufactures it has a criminal track record.
The Truth Comes Out
History repeats itself as Ryan Cole, MD pathologist speaks about revealing FDA documents, pertaining to the Pfizer COVID vaccine, that was recently made public by a court order. The judge overruled Pfizer's request to delay (for 75 years) the publication of Pfizer's own findings of vaccine adverse reactions as reported to the FDA. This lack of transparency by Pfizer does nothing to engender the public's trust that their product is safe and effective.
Dr. Naomi Wolf is a journalist who addresses some of the early findings discovered in the Pfizer document dump. Among the findings is that a 2-month-old infant was part of Pfizer's trial group. What kind of parent would allow a 2-month-old to take part in an experimental trial and why would Pfizer allow it? Myalgia was found to be an adverse reaction in some of the experimental subjects and some of them even caught Covid-19 after being vaccinated. In spite of findings like this, Pfizer and the FDA proclaimed the jab to be safe and effective upon its EUA rollout to the general public.
Melissa McAtee was a former Pfizer employee who discovered internal company emails and became a whistleblower as a result of her experience at Pfizer.
Different Strokes [Jabs] for Different Folks
So you think all vaccinated adults got the same dosage? If you were vaccinated, were you given informed consent as to what dosage you received? Apparently, Big Pharma failed to inform the public that different batches of the vaccines contained different dosages. This has all the earmarks of a worldwide experiment with humanity as the guinea pigs.